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Shoulder Replacement

People with shoulder replacements, which are becoming more popular, progress quicker with Manual Therapy for improving strength and flexibility. #bayside #physicaltherapy #physicaltherapybayside #painrelief #bayterrace #shoulderpain #manualtherapy #sportstherapy #shoulderreplacement A video posted by The Physical Therapy Doctor (@theptdoctorbayside) on Apr 15, 2015 at 2:13pm PDT
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Healthy Eating Tips for Active Adults !

Healthy Eating Habits for Active Adults ! Healthy diets contain a variety of foods Physical activity and healthy eating Keep fat to a minimum Eat and drink less high-kilojoule foods Eat foods rich in calcium and iron Drink alcohol in moderation Healthy diets for babies and children Don’t skip breakfast There are guidelines to follow […]
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Physical Therapy Crucial To Sports Injury Recovery

Sports injuries have sidelined many athletes for games, seasons, and worse, careers. Injuries are common while participating in organized sports, competitions, training exercises, or fitness activities. Poor training methods, inadequate warm-up, and lack of conditioning are a few of the causes of sports injuries. “Injuries can be caused by a combination of those things without […]
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Proper Quadricep Stretching Technique

The quadriceps muscle is a two joint muscle between your hip and knee. It can be stretched by standing up tall and bending the knee by bringing your foot as close to your buttocks as you can. #bayside #bayterrace #physicaltherapy #balancetraining #painrelief #properstretching #sportstherapy A video posted by The Physical Therapy Doctor (@theptdoctorbayside) on Mar 25, […]
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Sports Physical Therapy

Sports Physical Therapy is a specialized practice that focuses on prevention, evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation, and performance enhancement of the physically-active individual. #bayside #bayterrace #balancetraining #physicaltherapy #soccerrehab #sporttherapy A video posted by The Physical Therapy Doctor (@theptdoctorbayside) on Mar 11, 2015 at 11:31am PDT
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Forearm Strengthening

A great exercise for strengthening forearms for sports like tennis and baseball #physicaltherapy #physicaltherapybayside #sportstherapy #bayside #bayterrace #painrelief #tendonitis #forearmstrength A video posted by The Physical Therapy Doctor (@theptdoctorbayside) on May 8, 2015 at 6:07pm PDT
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The Importance of Staying Hydrated!

Your body depends on water to survive. Every cell, tissue, and organ in your body needs water to work correctly. For example, your body uses water to maintain its temperature, remove waste, and lubricate joints. Water is needed for good health. Dehydration can be a serious condition that can lead to problems ranging from swollen feet […]
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Better Balance with Walking

The half kneeling position is a great position to help improve balance, core strength and flexibility that can improve walking and higher level sport activities. #physicaltherapy #physicaltherapybayside #bayside #bayterrace #painrelief #balancetraining #backpain #walkbetter #postureimproved A video posted by The Physical Therapy Doctor (@theptdoctorbayside) on Apr 15, 2015 at 2:17pm PDT
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Hip Flexor Stretch

This is one way the hip flexor can be stretched which allows for more mobility in the front part of the hips and helps a person walk and run easier.  It also takes stress off the lower back. #bayside #bayterrace #physicaltherapybayside #physicaltherapy #walkbetter #postureimproved #lowerbackpain A video posted by The Physical Therapy Doctor (@theptdoctorbayside) on […]
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Your Brain On Love

Love is split into three phases: lust, attraction and attachment. During the lust phase, hormones flood the body with feelings of intense desire. Adrenaline and norepinephrine make the heart race and the palms sweat, while the brain chemical dopamine creates feelings of euphoria. The brain releases dopamine in response to other pleasurable stimuli too, including […]
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